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RFH Brexit Update 23 February

26 February 2020
RFH Brexit Update 23 February. UK Chief Brexit negotiator delivers speech in Brussels on UK ambitions.

Brexit Developments

UK Chief Brexit negotiator delivers speech in Brussels on UK ambitions: David Frost, the lead UK negotiator for a future trading relationship with Brussels, has delivered a detailed speech at the ULB Brussels University. He set out the UK’s wish to have a free trade agreement with the EU along the lines of the EU-Canada agreement and rejecting alignment of regulation. View >

EU Commission sets out EU Digital strategy: The EU Commission has presented its ambition to shape Europe's digital future covering everything from cybersecurity to critical infrastructures, digital education to skills, democracy to media. Clear rules need to address high-risk AI systems without putting too much burden on less risky ones. For high-risk cases, such as in health, policing, or transport - AI systems should be transparent, traceable and guarantee human oversight, with authorities able to test and certify the data used by algorithms as they check cosmetics, cars or toys.
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